The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle, Volume 21

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Page 650 - ... dispose the parliaments of both kingdoms to provide in the manner, which they shall judge most expedient, for settling such a complete and final adjustment, as may best tend to improve and perpetuate a connexion essential to their common security, and to augment and consolidate the strength, power, and resources of the British empire.
Page 333 - Th« chancellor of the exchequer moved the order of the day for the houfe to refolve itfelf into a committee of the whole houfe, to confider of ways and means for raifing a fupply.
Page 347 - . Monday, 6th Afcrcb, Mr. Lewis brought in the bill for building a bridge acrofs Mr. Lewis. Menai Strait, from Carnarvon (hi re to the Ifle of Anglefea, which was read a firft time, and ordered to be read a fecond time. On the motion being put, " That this bill be read 9 " fecond time upon that day fortnight,
Page 113 - ... year, remain as a pledge for the discharge of that sum for which the assessed taxes were a security, and also for the discharge of the loan of the present year, beyond what will be paid out of the sinking fund. Taking the assessed taxes at four millions, they would have been mortgaged for two years after peace ; — and thus the advantage of this...
Page 105 - Instead of deducting only one-fifth, as I have suggested with respect to the landlord, I shall propose with respect to the tenant, to deduct twothirds, leaving five millions as the taxable property of the tenants. The next income arising from land, is an income which...
Page 101 - If any statement, however, should be made upon oath, which the commissioners shall think to be false, and which they may wish to bring to a trial, it must be obvious to the committee that then there ought to be afforded the means of carrying on a prosecution for perjury. But on no other ground should there be any disclosure of facts by the commissioners, or any of the other officers appointed to carry the act into execution. Having...
Page 101 - ... extend, and whether they ought not to remain exceptions to the act. Among the descriptions of persons to whom it may remain for the committee to consider whether a disclosure would not be detrimental, is the class which includes the poorest persons engaged in mercantile concerns ; a class whose gains are most precarious, whose credit may be most doubtful, and most injured by...
Page 22 - Now that experiments were to be made, at ihe expenle of fo many millions, and of fo many thoufand lives, he would fay to the noble lord, you tried one experiment and failed, and we do not choofe that you fhould try it over again. The noble lord has been deceived once, and I am afraid he will be deceived a fécond time.
Page 619 - '.ˇ'ˇi- by the said Act in such Manner only as shall appear to me necessary for the due Execution of the same; and that I will 'judge and determine upon all Matters and Things which shall be brought before me under the said Act without Favour, 'Affection, or Malice; and that I will not disclose any Particular contained in any Schedule or Statement delivered with 'respect to any Duties charged under the Provisions and Regulations relating to Schedule (D.) of the said Act...
Page 197 - France may fhew a difpoCtion and fpirit in any degree correfponding to his own. And he renews, even now, and before all Europe, the folemn declaration, that in fpite of...

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